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November 13, 2007
The Boonsboro High School junior varsity football team celebrates its 19-6 victory over Smithsburg last Thursday. The Warriors finished the season with a 7-0 record.
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NEWS
November 30, 1999
All-Washington County Football First Team:   All-Washington County Football Second Team Second Team Offense Pos Name School Class Height Weight QB John Shobe Boonsboro Senior 5-10 160 RB Barrett Brown St. James Senior 6-0 170 RB Andrew Griffith Boonsboro Senior 6-2 185 RB Bobby Smith Smithsburg Senior 5-11 185 WR Keith Gilchrist Clear Spring Senior...
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by DON AINES | June 30, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Fans of the Chambersburg Area Senior High School football team might have to wait until homecoming to see their first home game at Trojan Stadium after the school board on Wednesday approved contracts to repair the visitors bleachers and add 1,200 portable bleacher seats. The board approved a $504,000 contract with R.A. Hill Inc. of Chambersburg to demolish the home side grandstand and install new aluminum seats, floorboards and risers on the visitors side of the field.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | March 26, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Doug Andree's field of dreams is one with "Stallions" painted in the end zone. About 140 children would lace up cleats and play on that football field every fall. The sounds of encouragement would come from just as many cheerleaders, not to mention the parents and coaches on the sidelines. It was a series of recent meetings with incensed Washington Township, Pa., homeowners that punted Andree's dream back to Step One -- find land. "For 31 years, we haven't been able to call anything 'home,'" Andree said.
NEWS
April 9, 2002
The Clear Spring Football Committee will host a golf tournament to raise money for a high school football team. The tournament will be held at Black Rock Golf Course on May 10. Golfers can register at 7:30 a.m. The tournament starts at 8:30 a.m. The $65 per golfer fee includes lunch, green fees and cart costs. For more information, call Dawn Brown at 301-842-3138.
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by LAURA ERNDE | November 12, 2003
laurae@herald-mail.com Students at North Hagerstown High School either are mighty proud of their football team or they could care less, depending on who you ask. But one thing is certain: Having an undefeated football team for the first time in the school's 47-year history has boosted support for the team schoolwide. "I think it's cool that they've gotten this far because normally our football team stinks," said Rose Nichols, a 10th-grader. "I'm proud of them. " Sara Austin decorated her car with red ribbons and signs for the last game of the regular season against South Hagerstown last weekend.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | February 14, 2008
A handful of homeowners who live near Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area spoke out Wednesday to throw a flag on the play by a local youth football association. The Waynesboro Stallions' offenses in the past have included staying at the park after dusk, residents said. John Welsh, of Mentzer Gap Road, reminded league representative Doug Andree of an occurrence in 2007 when Welsh found Andree at 8:30 p.m. near the entrance of the park. Andree said he was waiting with children whose parents hadn't picked them up and questioned what he's supposed to do in that situation.
NEWS
September 19, 2009
A few Boonsboro Area Athletic Association cheerleaders showed up early one Saturday morning recently to paint signs for the junior league football players to run through at the beginning of their games. The cheerleaders have been meeting and practicing for the upcoming season for several weeks now. The cheerleaders had tryouts Aug. 4, which helps builds the girls' confidence and will help them when they go on to cheer in high school where tryouts are mandatory. Tryouts were followed by a session of making tie-dye T-shirts, which all the girls enjoyed.
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by TONY MULIERI | September 17, 2006
I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the fall of 1967, and I was riding the team bus to a high school football game when all of a sudden, I was stricken with panic. I stood up in the middle of the aisle and screamed, "I forgot my helmet!" I looked around, and some of my teammates were laughing. "Mulieri, you fool, it's on your head," one of them said. I sat back down and didn't say too much the rest of the trip. I played at a high school, St. Mary's in Annapolis, that didn't have a home stadium.
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